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Pig Island

«<b>Mo Hayder</b> has a profound ability to <b>shock </b>and <b>surprise</b> her readers, and <i>Pig Island </i>surpasses anything she has written before. She's the bravest writer I know»

Now reissued in B-format paperback, a terrifying stand-alone thriller by one of Britain's bestselling crime-writers. Les mer
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Now reissued in B-format paperback, a terrifying stand-alone thriller by one of Britain's bestselling crime-writers.
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Forlag: Bantam Books (Transworld Publishers a division of the Random House Group)
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 512
ISBN: 9780553824865
Format: 20 x 13 cm
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«<b>Mo Hayder</b> has a profound ability to <b>shock </b>and <b>surprise</b> her readers, and <i>Pig Island </i>surpasses anything she has written before. She's the bravest writer I know»

«<b>Mo Hayder</b> is the closest thing we've got to <b>Stephen King</b>, which is close enough...the goriest thriller writer this side of the pond»

Mirror

«Hayder has always had the unrivalled ability to conjure up grotesqueries that chill, but here she outdoes herself»

Observer

«Hayder’s writing is, as ever, briskly paced and fluid»

The Times

«She has created <b>the most warped</b> and <b>bloodthirsty</b> visions of psychopathic behaviour. No matter how much you might despise yourself for <b>getting sucked into such places</b>, she is brilliant at making you read on»

Daily Telegraph
MO HAYDER left school at fifteen. She worked as a barmaid, security guard, filmmaker, hostess in a Tokyo club, educational administrator and teacher of English as a foreign language in Asia. She had an MA in film from The American University in Washington DC and an MA in creative writing from Bath Spa University UK.

Mo was the Sunday Times bestselling author of ten stunning crime novels, including the Jack Caffery series. Her fifth crime novel Ritual was nominated for the Barry Award for Best Crime 2009 and voted Best Book of 2008 by Publisher's Weekly. She won the CWA Dagger in the Library in 2011. Gone, her seventh novel, won the Edgar Allen Poe Award and her novel Wolf was nominated for Best Novel in the 2015 Edgar Awards, and is currently being adapted for the BBC.

Set primarily in an alternate universe, her most recent novel, The Book of Sand, is the first in a series published posthumously under the author name THEO CLARE.

Mo Hayder was diagnosed with motor neurone disease in December 2020 and passed away in July 2021.

She leaves behind a husband and a daughter, a powerful legacy of books, and an incredible number of people who loved and admired her.